Letters and Comments for 06/22/17

Letters and Comments for 06/22/17

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Why Hasn’t Anybody Filed a Class-action Lawsuit Against Tate Publishing? Here’s the Likely Answer…

How did those major corps allow Tate to run up such large bills at all?

-joe sixpak


How in the world did two very savvy companies let themselves get taken to the cleaners for millions by this guy?

– Wendy Jones
Highlander Imagine – Beyond Infinity
Duncan MacLeod must fight a South American Immortal at Teotihuacan.


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A Screaming Cat and Flying Buckets! Whoo hoo!!

I totally relate to your weather experiences. My son wanted to be a meteorologist, but circumstances prevent his getting the degree. He worked with NOAA and their scientists, however and when we decided to leave CA we ended up in a tornado state. He has been a weather chaser for the local TV and a spotter for NOAA. Our house is rigged with alarms, connections to NOAA and things I don’t even know about. My cats ears perk up when the TV sends a signal, heads come up at the warning on the scanner. When the cities tornado sirens go off, they line up at the top of the stairs and wait for me. We troop down the stairs in single file. It was 4 cats – two went immediately to the back bedroom and waited for me to shut the door. the third (a loner) went to the bathroom, and the blind one follows my footsteps, waiting to be picked up and put in her cage. I don’t have to close the door, she simply lays down and we all wait. We now only have two cats (one died of cancer and one of old age, 21 yrs). The two remaining come to me when the TV warning goes off – the healthy one sandwiches the blind one between her and me and we go downstairs. My son? He’s out chasing.

– Ethel Geary


Those clouds look scary to me! Stay inside!

– Pamela Allegretto
Bridge of Sighs and Dreams
Nazi-occupied Rome sets the stage for Bridge of Sighs and Dreams, where the lives of two women collide in an arena of deception, greed, and sacrifice.


How Being A Caregiver Got My Article Published 5 TIMES!

Such a lovely article on an important and delicate subject. I too, cared for my father who had dementia. It is such an ugly disease. Trying to help my father retain his dignity was paramount to me. For the child to become the parent is a heartbreaking learning experience. Julie is correct, it’s imperative for the caregivers to take care of themselves, physically and mentally. I wish I had taken that advice.

– Pamela Allegretto
Bridge of Sighs and Dreams
Nazi-occupied Rome sets the stage for Bridge of Sighs and Dreams, where the lives of two women collide in an arena of deception, greed, and sacrifice.

 

 

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